August 2, 2013, - 3:16 pm
Google Arabic Keyboard Assumes All Users Are Muslim, Automatically Includes “allah,” “the Messenger” (Mohammed)
I hate when people constantly tell me that the “owners” of Google, founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page, are of Jewish descent, so Google can’t possibly be pan-Muslim or anti-Israel. On the contrary, Google bends over backward to pander to the Muslim world, including recognizing HAMAS “Palestine” as a state, when it isn’t one. Brin is a JINO (Jew In Name Only) and Page doesn’t even identify as Jewish. And, now, it’s come to light that the Google keyboard for Android-based devices automatically assumes that the user is Muslim, inserting references to allah and “the Messenger” (a reference to Mohammed). This is the case, even though millions of Arabic speakers–including many Arabs themselves–are not Muslim.
From Angry Arab a/k/a As’ad AbuKhalil, a nutty, vehemently anti-Israel Muslim atheist (whose views I don’t endorse one iota):
So there is a new Google keyboard to be used in ???Android-based devices. I have been using it on my Sony Experia tablet. But it seems that some old fashioned orientalist was behind the design. It can type what you can dictate to it but there is an Islamo-centric problem. Whatever you say it will interpret as including the words “Allah” and “the messenger”. It thinks that every Arabic sentence have to include those two words. Kid you not.
Yup, thank Sergey Brin, Larry Page, and company for promoting Islam on the keyboards of those around the Arab world who are not Muslim and are more than likely persecuted by Muslims.
I previously called Google, “Jihad-gle,” for a reason. Here’s yet another one.
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